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Autistic Behavioral Counseling

Autistic Behavioral Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) & More

Autistic behavioral therapy is tailored to the individual needs of the child and helps reduce disruptive behaviors, improve communication and social skills.

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Signs and symptoms

Symptoms of Autism in Children

The goal of autistic behavioral therapy is to help the child better understand their environment and how to interact with it.
  • Delayed language development

  • Difficulty with social interactions

  • Lack of Interest in playing

  • Narrow range of interests

  • Repetitive behaviors

  • Difficulty in communication

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Asperger’s Syndrome

Asperger’s Syndrome

Asperger's syndrome is a type of ASD that’s characterized by difficulties in social interaction and communication, repetitive behaviors and interests, and relatively preserved language development and cognitive skills. Common traits of Asperger's syndrome include:

  • Repetitive behaviors or routines
  • Narrow, intense interests
  • Literal interpretation of language
  • Poor coordination and motor skills
  • Avoidance of physical touch
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Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

Childhood disintegrative disorder, also known as Heller's syndrome, is a rare condition of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It is characterized by a sudden and profound loss of previously acquired skills in areas such as language, social interaction, and motor abilities.Common traits of childhood disintegrative disorder include:

  • Normal development until the age of 2 to 10 years
  • Sudden and significant regression in language, social interaction, and motor skills
  • Repetitive behaviors or routines
  • Poor eye contact
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Pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS)

Pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS)

Pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS), also known as "atypical autism," is a subtype of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is used to describe individuals with symptoms of autism that did not meet the full criteria for any of the other subtypes, including autism, Asperger's syndrome, and childhood disintegrative disorder. Common traits of PDD-NOS include:

  • Difficulties in social interaction and communication
  • Narrow, intense interests
  • Mild to moderate language difficulties
  • Poor eye contact
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Autistic ABA Therapy

The therapy include techniques such as positive reinforcement, modeling behavior, and teaching new skills. It will also involve setting expectations for the child and providing feedback when goals are met.

ABA Therapy

ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) is a therapy used to treat Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It involves breaking down behaviors into smaller components and using positive reinforcement to increase desired behaviors and decrease undesirable behaviors. The goal of ABA is to improve social, communication, and adaptive skills. Some of the commonly used treatment techniques in ABA therapy are:

    • Natural environment training: incorporating therapy into a person's daily routine and activities
    • Verbal behavior therapy: using language to target specific communication and social skills
    • Incidental teaching: capitalizing on naturally occurring teachable moments
    • Functional communication training: teaching alternative ways to communicate for those who have difficulty with verbal language
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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT) for Autism involves helping individuals with ASD identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors that are impacting their daily lives. This can include teaching them coping strategies, improving their
problem-solving skills, and increasing their social skills. CBT for Autism spectrum disorder may include techniques such as:

    • Social skills training: learning and practicing appropriate social behaviors
    • Emotion regulation: managing and expressing emotions effectively
    • Mindfulness and relaxation techniques: reducing anxiety and stress
    • Behavioral experiments: testing out negative thoughts in real-life situations to see if they are accurate
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Floortime/DIR therapy

Floortime (also known as Developmental, Individual-Difference, Relationship-Based, or DIR therapy) is a type of therapy used to treat Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The approach emphasizes building relationships and developing emotional and social skills through play-based interactions between the child with ASD and a therapist or caregiver.
Floortime therapy involves the following techniques:

    • Engaging the child in play: The therapist or caregiver follows the child's lead in play, allowing the child to initiate and control the activity.
    • Responding to the child's communication: The therapist or caregiver responds to the child's communication attempts, encouraging and supporting their efforts.
    • Increasing emotional and social engagement: The therapist or caregiver gradually increases the complexity and level of emotional and social interaction, helping the child develop new skills and abilities.
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Speech and Language Therapy

Speech and language therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a type of therapy that focuses on improving communication and language skills. It is designed to help individuals with ASD overcome challenges in areas such as receptive language, expressive language, pragmatic language and non-verbal communication.
The techniques involved in speech and language therapy may include:

    • Social interaction training: practicing social communication skills in structured and naturalistic settings
    • Play-based therapy: using play to promote language and communication development
    • Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) strategies: using alternative means of communication, such as sign language or communication devices, for those who have difficulty with verbal language
    • Articulation therapy: improving speech sound production for those with speech sound disorders.
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Autistic ABA Therapy
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